The Link Field Tool allows a selection query to be made in the WebOffice map widget over a source layer with an attribute to be edited on an object of the target layer. In this way, point, line or area objects can be selected.

 

Notes:

The edit layer must be configured as a search layer in the WebOffice project configuration at the same time and both layers must have the same feature class as data source.

The value for the targetkeyvalue parameter must match the value from the target attribute table of the feature to be edited (or be empty) so that this feature can be edited. Otherwise, a corresponding warning message will be issued in the client.

For more information on how to use the Link Field Tool, see the LINK_FIELD (Link Field Tool) chapter.

 

Input parameters for Link Field Tool

Input parameters for Link Field Tool

 

Input parameters

Description

Query ID

External search ID of the respective WebOffice 10.9 SP1 query layer.

Note:

The layer must be identifiable/selectable.

Key Name

Unique key field of the layer (e.g. OBJECTID).

Note:

The key name is the technical field name (not the alias) and must be configured as a Search Field.

Key Value (Initial Query)

Optional parameter for performing an initial search.

Note:

The Key Value must match the corresponding Key Name.

Edit Layer ID

External layer ID of the affected WebOffice 10.9 SP1 edit layer.

Target Key Name

This parameter defines the key attribute (field name) of the object to be edited.

Note:

The target key name is the technical field name (not the alias) and must be configured as a Search Field.

Target Key Value

This parameter defines the key value of the object to be edited.

Notes:

Be sure to write the values correctly.

Callback

Specifies the JavaScript callback function.

set as Startmode

By activating the parameter, the tool will be activated initially after the Map Widget update.

Note:

The parameter startmode can only be activated for one tool at a time.

Descriptions of parameters